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Jul 9, 2010 8:00pm EDT
them to one of the new york airports to be transported to moscow. >> as the u.s. strikes a deal with the former enemy, it mends fences with an old friend. >> the bond between israel and the united states is unbreakable. >> the bond between the united states and israel is unbreakable. >> while on the domestic front, republicans and democrats look for a little mojo. with the president on the campaign trail -- >> hello, nevada, hello kansas city! >> carnahan wants to move forward. missouri wants to move forward. that's the choice in this election. moving backwards or moving forwards. >> as republicans debate among themselves, who speaks for the party? >> every time something happens, you know, people say oh, step down. well, the reality is that's not happening. so stop the noise on that. >> you don't want to mess with me. >> i'm joined by pierre thomas of abc news, christi parsons of "tribune" newspapers, john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times," and john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news.>> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live fr
Jul 30, 2010 7:30pm PDT
are legally here, including u.s. citizens, to be detained for who knows how long. she says that interferes with the federal law and you can't do that. that is basically pre-emented. so that was the basis of the judge's ruling. >> let's reminds people of the history of jan brewer. she came to the white house and met with the president. she signed this bill. she thinks it's a good idea. and her argument is that she's forcing the federal government to do its job but she'll appeal it all the way to the supreme court, if that's what it takes. what does me mean by that? >> what she's saying is look who's frustrating the intent of congress. congress passed a law intend us to get tough with illegal immigration. look who isn't doing it. it's the federal government. but the feds say there's only so much we can do. we have limited resource. so let's decide what the biggest problem is and let's not be calling us every day with thousands and thousands of people, everybody that you pick up off the street. now, one other thing -- the judge's ruling also noted that 18 other states are considering followin
Jul 16, 2010 7:30pm PDT
year. gwen: this is u.s. forces we're talking about? >> yes. u.s. forces, casualties. i went with a general and one of the first things we did is went to a memorial service for a 20-year-old soldier and i couldn't help sitting there thinking, a 20-year-old soldier who was 11 years old when this war started. gwen: wow. >> so saw that really first hand. >> is there anything you saw in the training, so much of this depends on the ability to stand up this very wobbley afghan force. was there any good in the training you saw there? >> yeah. i have the comparison to iraq so i can look back and think they've really come a long way in what they're doing and how they're doing it. but at the same time some of the are you -- recruits they're getting, one of the officers said to me they can't shoot, they can't drive, they can't read. they were doing the most rudimentary training you can ever do. driver's training the they can't read license plate numbers if they're going out to be police officers in the local areas. i think the training is going well. it's just that we're so far behind b
Jul 2, 2010 8:00pm EDT
of senator robert byrd. covering the week, pete williams of nbc news. joan of u.s.a. today. and david from the "wall street journal" after peter baker of the "new york times." >> live from the nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill. produced in association with "national journal." corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we know why we're here, to connect forces to what they need when they need it. >> to help truth see danger before it sees them. to answer the call of the brave and bring them safely home. >> around the globe, the people of boeing are working together, to support and protect all that are heard. that's why we're here. gwen: good evening. in what has become a summertime ritual in washington, the supreme court held center stage in june. the solicitor general elena kagan faced down her critics for three days and the court faced a second amendment challenge. for kagan that meant revealing an unexpected skill as a part-time stand-up complic. >> christmas day bomber. where are you at on christmas day? >> i mean, assuming you mean the questi
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